Sherlock Holmes and the Valley of Fear

Sherlock Holmes and the Valley of Fear

Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson receive a letter from an informant who known by the pseudonym Fred Porlock. Porlock is a man well connected with criminals. The letter is written in code, and Holmes determines that the code comes from the words in a book. They decipher the code by page and column and find that John Douglas of Birlstone House is in danger.

Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson receive a letter from an informant who known by the pseudonym Fred Porlock. Porlock is a man well connected with criminals. The letter is written in code, and Holmes determines that the code comes from the words in a book. They decipher the code by page and column and find that John Douglas of Birlstone House is in danger. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Richard R (es) wrote: A compelling and very sad documentary about a young man who signed up for the was assuming that we were going to be fighting the people who attacked us on Sept. 11th but quickly found out we would be attacking a nation that had not harmed us. We should be ashamed...

Dan P (kr) wrote: Tuck into a cheesy slice of zombie silly action, shockingly bad!

Jean G (gb) wrote: A politically-loaded film - in fact it focuses less on the linear story than on the ideological discussions. It's basically about a cell of four/five French student Communists who debate several things after introducing themselves, like the relation between art and politics, why the Americans attack Communist North Vietnam but deal diplomatically and economically with Communist USSR, whether Communists should engage in a violent revolution or in democratic party-building, etc... while the cell splits according to one major disagreement.Their positions, from my position, vary from the naive to the unrealistic. For example, when they consider why the Americans attack Communist North Vietnam but deal diplomatically with Communist USSR, they see an ideological reason behind it - the USSR, this is after Stalin, is no longer truly Communist and thus no longer a real threat to the US, whereas Vietnam is still truly Communist and still a threat. They fail to consider the scenario in power quanta - that while both the USSR and North Vietnam were considered a threat, the USSR was equal (give or take) in power to the US and that North Vietnam is far weaker in power to the US. One threat has to be tolerated and kept at a distance diplomatically, but the other can be dealt with directly.They also tend too much towards comparing capitalist society to Nazi society. For example, they compare a Club Med hotel to a concentration camp. I can understand this, but they take it too far. How many people do you think are gassed at Club Med?

Jennifer R (mx) wrote: So cheesy even for the eighties.